Open to all our members, the network is an opportunity to keep up to date and feed into our policy activities.
These include work on issues such as:
We issue a number of position statements on issues relevant to biochemistry and science in general alongside
The Royal Society of Biology who also publish position statements which may be of interest.
In the wake of the EU referendum, the Biochemical Society is keen to ensure that the UK molecular bioscience community maintains its high international profile and that our open approach to trans-national collaborative opportunities remains clear.
We aim to address issues of relevance to the industrial bioscience community in the UK. A current particular area of focus for us is the changing drug discovery landscape, which we are looking at via our membership of the Drug Discovery Pathways Group.
The Biochemical Society is committed to ensuring equal opportunities in the molecular biosciences. We believe that a lack of diversity across the scientific community represents a loss of potential talent to the UK.
Politicians, government departments and international organisations play a key role in the science sector. We work to ensure key policymakers are aware of the views and concerns of our membership.
The Biochemical Journal has published new research that identifies a range of potential antivirals, which could be developed into new treatments for COVID-19 or future